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Carter resigns after investigation

Report found no illegal activity by former Community Corrections director

December 6, 2013

ELKINS — The Randolph County Commission voted unanimously to accept the resignation of Travis Carter, the suspended regional director of the North Central Community Corrections program, at its......

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Dec-09-13 6:49 AM

How do we know that it was discoved the county commission screwed up before they had all the facts, and they had to pay Travis to go away. Which is normal in business.

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Dec-07-13 8:35 AM

I agree with AudyHaze, have you ever seen publicity as such. Mr Carter resigned on his own after advice. Probably better to walk away with part of your rear and shirt than nothing to wear or have (future). As others on here wrote, the Judge,well thats a different buffalo! Her needs is her needs. Her ways are her ways. She did not affect me & you or her job. There conduct is between them, God and their concience. If they (judge) broke a law,statute then thats another chapter,verse,saga. We simply don't know the whole story or need to know. We have gotten enough to feed our frenzies and minds & even got the IM involved. The whole episode should never been aired or reported nor should I even be writing this! So with this being said, remember the Judge is a great Judge! Carter did a great job! He resigned after doing his duties! How be it!

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Dec-06-13 6:41 PM

Judge Wilfong is an elected official and deserves the scrutiny of the public, as do the county commissioners. A major injustice has been brought down on Mr. Carter while the judge continues about her work as an elected official. What is this really about? It is the Randolph County good old boy and girls club. Mr. Carter probably didn't fit into the club, so any misstep by him was the commissions chance to have him removed. The IM needs to dig deeper to the actions of the commissioners and the judge. I am sure a few loose tongues from people who seen these public figures at social functions could produce a good book for all to read.

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Dec-06-13 6:39 PM

Some of you feel personnel matters are open to all just because the employee works for the state or county. News Flash! Federal employment laws top your need to know. Mr. Carter's rights are protected as a county/state employee just as your rights are protected as an employee for a private business. The County Commission was wrong for bringing this to public light before an investigation was conducted. If Mr. Carter broke no laws and no ethic violation occurred, the matter is not your business.

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Dec-06-13 1:31 PM

What a shame that Mr Carter felt the need to resign while the judge continues to serve. Wouldn't surprise me that he was given a nice settlement if he agreed not to sue the commission for their action against him and not speak out about the judge. Once again while it takes two to tango, in Randolph County it seems only some dancers get their toes stepped on..Much more here than meets the eye and IM should do their duty and investigate like they did in other public figure cases.

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Dec-06-13 12:33 PM

OK mrs. judge ... you're next!

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Dec-06-13 10:28 AM

I am highly confused in this matter, doesn't it take two to tango, I don't see how Travis should have to take the fall for this alone, Mr. Taylor????????????

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Dec-06-13 7:38 AM

Really? Carter really thought his 'wife' would be okay with his keeping this position? Both he and the Judge are immoral fools.

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Dec-06-13 7:37 AM

Still waiting for Judge (laughable) Wilfong to do the same. She won't. She feels above anyone else behaving in such a way as she did.

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Dec-06-13 7:08 AM

When asked about the terms of the settlement agreement, Krepps said, "It's an employee-employer issue. We just consider that to be private.

Um no Mr. Krepps, it is a "public employee-taxpaying public issue".

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